New Yorker Cartoon Christmas Card - Miracle on 35th Street

$6.50

Large card 127 x 178 mm, cello wrapped, comes with a distinctive Red Envelope (for Christmas!). Eco friendly printing process. 

Front reads: "Miracle on 35th Street" - "Your entire family has the flu, and they won't be coming for Christmas!" By The New Yorker cartoonist, David Sipress.

Greeted inside with the message - Wishing You a Festive Holiday Season

The New Yorker commenced weekly  publication in 1925 and is now a legendary American magazine of reportage, commentary, criticism, essays, fiction, satire, cartoons, and poetry. It has a world-wide readership. This card range is taken from the immense archive of its signature black and white one panel cartoons that are sprinkled throughout each issue. 

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